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Sports minister Nigel Huddleston calls for the women's football World Cup and European Championships to be added to 'crown jewels' list of events that must be shown on free-to ...
Sports minister Nigel Huddleston has written to governing bodies and broadcasters proposing that the women's tournaments join the men's equivalents on the protected list.
Televised football in February 2022 - Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and more
It's all to play for in the Premier League with some crucial fixtures up ahead, while European football also starts back up again in February as the Champions League and Europa League return to our sc
UEFA welcomes Council of Europe backing for European football model
In a resolution adopted today, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has given resolute backing to UEFA, as well as important input to priority topics for the positive future development of football.
Kurt Zouma believes West Ham fans ‘deserve’ European football ‘every season’
Kurt Zouma believes West Ham fans “deserve” to see their team playing in Europe “every season”. Rather than a one-off, West Ham’s form in both domestic and European competition this time around speaks to a team built on solid foundations.
Pique, Lloris, Van Persie: 11 footballers who were rich before football
Yet there are some players who didn’t have to wait until they made it in football to be wealthy. Let’s take a look at some players, including Gerard Pique, Hugo Lloris and Patrick Bamford, who were rich before football.
Newcastle transfer news: Magpies could 'beat top European clubs' to 'huge' £30m signing
Journalist Pete O’Rourke insists that Newcastle would be making a “huge signing” if they can confirm a deal for Lyon midfielder Bruno Guimaraes. The Magpies have been heavily linked with a potential swoop to sign the midfielder in recent days.
The worst penalties ever taken in football after Eric Bailly's shocking no-look miss for Ivory Coast
The Manchester United defender chose to look away for his Africa Cup of Nations penalty shootout effort against Egypt - and Ivory Coast fans ended up joining him in doing so a few seconds later.
FIFA President highlights commitment to good governance and human rights in Council of Europe address
Having been invited to address the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) on the occasion of the adoption of a new report on football governance, FIFA President Gianni Infantino highlighted the shared values of the two organisations and their strong cooperation since the signing of a memorandum of understanding in 2018.